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  1. Razer’s new Viper 8K promises the fastest performance of any gaming mouse Leaping over the competition with an 8,000Hz polling rate The Razer Viper 8K weighs two grams more (71g) than the original Viper (69g). Image: Razer Razer’s Viper 8K is a refresh of the 2019 true ambidextrous Viper. For the most part, it’s identical and is now available at the same $79 asking price, but it has some key upgrades for competitive gamers who are hoping that tech might help them get the edge over their opponents. First off, Razer now includes the F
  2. N95 masks, gamer style: Razer’s crazy face-mask prototype revealed CES prototype may be vaporware, but high-end features have us intrigued. LED grid, customizable by users. While this mask wearer's mouth is visible, it's obscured somewhat by the mask's transparent plastic. The annual deluge of CES gadgets and gizmos usually tries to predict what consumer-grade tech will look like in living rooms of the near future. But after a year like 2020, bendable TVs and surround-sound systems seem less interesting than a more pressing category: tech to help people go ou
  3. Private data gone public: Razer leaks 100,000+ gamers’ personal info No need to breach any systems when the vendor gives the data away for free. Enlarge / This redacted sample record from the leaked Elasticsearch data shows someone's June 24 purchase of a $2,600 gaming laptop. Volodymyr Dianchenko 89 with 68 posters participating, including story author In August, security researcher Volodymyr Diachenko discovered a misconfigured Elasticsearch cluster, owned by gaming hardware vendor Razer, exposing customers' PI
  4. Razer is selling its first pink laptop Just in time for Valentine’s Day Image: Razer Razer is making a pink laptop. Okay, technically, Razer is making a limited edition Razer Blade Stealth Quartz laptop, which happens to be pink. It’s on sale just in time for Valentine’s Day, and, in the words of Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, it will “steal hearts everywhere.” No matter what color you call it, it’s a big step forward for Razer, chromatically speaking. IT WILL “STEAL HEARTS EVERYWHERE,” APPARENTLY This isn’t the first
  5. Razer to close its digital games store It only opened 10 months ago. Razer Game Store/Screenshot by CNET Bad news for fans of Razer's digital game store, which the gaming hardware manufacturer only launched in April. As part of the company's "realignment plans," it's shutting the Razer Game Store on Feb. 28," according to an announcement on its storefront that PC Gamer noticed Saturday. "It's been a privilege for us to recommend and deliver great digital game deals to you," the Irvine, California-based company said. "We will be in
  6. CES 2019 is here, and that means it’s time for the near-annual tradition of Razer’s cool new hardware prototype. This year, Razer is showing off the Razer Raptor, a 27-inch gaming monitor, marking the first time that the hardware company has stepped into the standalone display space. But there’s an additional twist here: the Raptor isn’t just a cool CES prototype. It’s also going to be a real product. Razer is planning to ship the Raptor later this year for $699.99. Photo by Vlad Savov / The Verge The Raptor looks like a pretty impressive monitor for PC gaming, t
  7. Razer splits hairs with cheaper, slightly better new peripherals A new keyboard, mouse, and gaming headset Razer is releasing three new gaming peripherals today, including a keyboard, mouse, and headset. These new accessories are priced a bit lower than much of Razer’s catalog, almost serving as budget options, but they aren’t cheap by any stretch. Still, if the price of entry into Razer’s kingdom was too high, value-conscious gamers might find something befitting their budgets here. First off, the famed BlackWidow keyboard is
  8. Going up to $149 for the more feature-packed Basilisk Ultimate Razer has announced two wireless versions of its ergonomic Basilisk gaming mouse: the Basilisk Ultimate and Basilisk X Hyperspeed. Sitting next to each other, they look almost identical, but one is $149 and the other is $59. The Basilisk Ultimate is Razer’s premium mouse that’s made for people who want more features and LEDs. The other option, the Basilisk X Hyperspeed, is a solid, comfortable mouse that supports Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless, and it has truly incredible battery life. It’
  9. Razer makes plenty of gaming-related hardware and accessories, but until now, the company didn't actually offer its own gaming monitor. That's changed today with the launch of the Razer Raptor, a 27-inch IPS display with a 144Hz refresh rate and minimal bezels that offers some interesting features for gamers. The Razer Raptor is a QHD (2560x1440) display, and in addition to the fast refresh rate, it has a 1ms response time and Ultra Low Motion Blur. It covers 95% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, so color accuracy should be pretty good, and it's also certified for HDR400, hitting up to 42
  10. Razer has been on something of a spree of product releases with products such as the Junglecat controller, the truly wireless Hammerhead earbuds, or its first laptop with an optical keyboard. Today, there's yet another one, and it's the Firefly V2, a successor to the hard gaming mouse mat released in 2015. The second iteration of the Firefly brings some quality-of-life improvements to the table, including more lighting zones - which there are 19 of now - and overall brighter lighting. It's also thinner than the previous model at just 3mm of thickness, and it now has a cable catch s
  11. But it only works with four specific phones Remember when Razer announced a sleek sliding gamepad for your iPhone called the Junglecat? I bet not, considering how the company axed that idea without ever releasing it to the world. But today, it’s launching a $100 mobile gamepad called the Junglecat yet again — this time reincarnated as a set of two Nintendo Joy-Con-like gamepads that snap onto either side of your handset. The catch is you’ll need to stick your phone in a specific case to make that trick work, and Razer only has cases for four phones t
  12. The Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds have a low 60ms latency mode One of the worst things about using wireless headphones while gaming on an Android phone is the latency. Whether the fault lies with the OS or the manufacturing (or both), I’ve found that most headphones — even expensive ones like the Sony WH-1000X M3s — aren’t able to keep up with what’s on the screen. It’s infuriating, and it’s a situation that Razer’s $99 Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds aim to take on. These new truly wireless earbuds, which Razer announced today, have a minuscule
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